In 1999 The Queen approved the design of a distinctive Vice-Regal Badge of Service for serving Lieutenant Governors (gold) and their spouses (silver). All living former Lieutenant Governors and spouses were also given this badge on January 1, 2000.
ORDER OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (O.P.E.I.)
The Lieutenant Governor is the Chancellor of the Order of Prince Edward Island and was invested as a member of order on her installation on October 20, 2017. The Order of Prince Edward Island is the highest honour the Province can bestow. It is the giving of public recognition to individual Islanders whose efforts and accomplishments truly have been exemplary.
ORDER OF ST. JOHN (DStJ)
As the Queen's representative in the province, Her Honour was invested as a Dame of Justice and installed as the Vice-Prior of the Order of St. John in Prince Edward Island on October 17, 2018. The role of the Vice-Prior is to preside over investiture and award ceremonies and to aid in recognizing the St. John Ambulance volunteers and those who aid the organization in its mission. The Order of St. John is a humanitarian order that was recognized as a national order in the Canadian Honours System in 1990.
The Lieutenant Governor has a personal flag, called the vice-regal standard, which is flown on her vehicle and at Government House when Her Honour is in residence. It is royal blue in colour with the shield of arms of the Province surrounded by a circlet of 10 gold maple leaves, representing the provinces of Canada. Above the shield is St. Edward’s crown which symbolizes the dignity of the Lieutenant Governor as the Sovereign’s representative in the Province.